North Korean lawmaker arrives in Damascus for talks with Assad

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October 20, 2007 09:16

 
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Chairman of North Korea's parliament, Huey Thai-buk, arrived in Damascus on Friday evening for a four-day visit in Syria, Israel Radio reported. The lawmaker is scheduled to meet with Syrian President Bashar Assad as well as the country's prime minister. According to Al Hayay, the officials are expected to discuss relations between the two countries.

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